Thursday, December 11, 2008

Angelus dismount


I quite enjoyed this process. It's refreshing to both explore new tools and dust off the old ones as well. Photoshop is capable of such perfect gradients that I often believe there is no longer a place for the airbrush, but that's not exactly true. There is a certain quality to the imperfection of airbrushing that brings life to a piece of art.

We live in an analog world, so I guess those analog tools will always have something over the digital dominion.

8 comments:

afromation9@yahoo.com said...

Beautiful work I have been a fan of your art for years.
It is refreshing to see a true artist at work.

Much Respect

samax said...

hot!

ColbyZ said...

I love the vibrant colors, and the way you created depth with the figures in the background.

mjartist said...

Brian,
Great piece of work here. Still love your traditional work over any computer rendered piece. It just has a human touch to it that can't be replicated by the computer.

Great job!

Thanks for sharing the process.

Mike

st3ady said...

looks great! beautiful vibrant colors

Scott Hamilton said...

This is stunning.

Randy Siplon said...

Who needs Photoshop? This is a great piece!

Brian Churilla said...

Um...Yeah...Uh...Wow.